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, boom. the beer institute ranks north dakota as number one in the u.s. in state consumption. they are getting tanked after filling our tanks and good for them because north dakota is the nexus of the fracking revolution creating tons of jobs. it is also driving obama crazy. what do you do when the solution to your problems isn't your solution? why couldn't it be solar panels. in north dakota they are drinking because they are prospecting. shale is driving young men to drink. obama is driving everyone else. that is the problem with with an ivy league education. it leaves out how the world actually works. if obama understood that by creating something you create other things you would see the destructiveness of government programs. handing someone food stamps does not create a food stamp boom. it just creates people on food stamps. obama went to harvard, the best and the brightest which explains the mess we are in now. >> didn't you go to berkeley? >> yeah. don't remember a single moment of it because i was drinking. >> all of those weird people with burken stock shoes. >> whe
of north dakota and the reasons that jobs are created there en masse is because of natural gas and carbon energy and not alternative energy products. >> yeah, it is a great up side and surprise, and no thanks dow to the administration on this. this is entrepreneurs, technologies like horizontal drilling and so forth. the thing i find funny about gin mccarthy her degree was in social anthropology with an emphasis on small animals and primitive cultures. she knows nothing about economics and nothing about economic growth and nothing about science and nothing about pollution. what is next? we are getting to a joke point here. >> emac, the president himself is speaking out as an authority on job recreation and belittles the idea that carbon energy products like the co stone poip line create role jobs, >> they cope on talking about an oil poip line that come down from canada and create 50 permanent jobs. that is not a job's plan. >> but while the president belittled carbon energy plan. his own window projects don't bear fruit at all. >> he is absurd with his habitual self sdpepgz. everybody on
. we've got an oil executive with us from north dakota, he might say he disagrees with the president. he's goiig to be here. >> and then we have the rand paul, chris christie feud. and last night rand paul offered an olive branch to the governor and our judge napitano offered to host the get together. can our judge save what could be the future of the republican party? 10:25. the economy grew at 1.1% pace early this year. 1.7% by the spring, what do you think about that? are you okay with it? here is my take. i'm not okay with it, i think it's a dismal performance, i'm more indeclined to be even more harsh and call it pathetic. but my opinion is not shared elsewhere in the media. when the news broke yesterday, i watched other business reporters who sounded almost giddy, oh, the economy is growing more than expected. the growth rate has picked up, wow. and then the president's cheering section, they have forced the obama line, there they go again, they're spinning. and when i say the economy's performance is dismal, i am indeed passing judgment. but i'm also being historically accurat
coast, ton sticky side. we are seeing the rain push offshore. we are seeing rain also from north dakota. we had a severe thunderstorm watch earlier. north dakota over to wisconsin tomorrow, watch out for the potential of some severe thunderstorms. now as we go to the radar and clouds for the entire nation, you may notice, it is sitting high and dry in the central portion of the state. we will have more detailed on that coming up in the next news hour. 0's hello, and welcome to al jazeera. here are tonight's top stories. members of congress are being briefed about syria. some lawmakers say the president has not made a case for u.s. military action. despite the conclusion that that carried out a chemicals weapon attack against civilians. the administration said it would still act without support from alleys or the u.n. demanding a raise, but the rest of the industry says it can't afford to pay them more, insisting higher wagers would lead to higher prices. california officials say they plan to fully sur
an online relationship with a mystery woman in north dakota who was posing as this woman and in sitting in photos she hijacked from varse porno websites. >> porn sites are in north dakota. that's where they're all based. is >> clue number one. >> thomas gibson didn't realize and so he kept sending photos and explicit stuff back to her. >> seriously, a big machine gun? >> more of a pistol. >> that's my water gun just in ase. yeah, agents, we carry it at all times. >> he says he plays an f.b.i. agent on the show. >> and, of course, what happens when you release a video like that, it ends up here. >> oh, god. >> yeah. >> anyway tom figures out the woman is a fake, his lawyers tell her to leave him alone and he breaks off contact. all right, man, you got on the, -- conned, these things happen. hey, hot tub looks cool, though. what kind of hot tub is it? >> must be some kind of hot tub time machine. >> good, maybe you can go back in time and not do this. hey, tom, your wife is coming! just kidding. >> selma blair, got at her farmers market, she is there with arthur, her son. she is offering
from north dakota to population centers like chicago. >> on something like the electrical grid, that's an issue of american resilience, even against the threat of terrorism. a lot of times when you look at counter terrorism officials, the things they game out are an al qaeda attack on the electrical grid. at this point a snowstorm is an attack on our electrical grid. five days later, barack obama won the presidency. i'm still waiting for my follow-up interview. four months after he signed the presidency, he signed the american recovery and reinvestment act otherwise known as the stimulus. the bill included $4.5 billion. hundreds of advanced grid sensors and meters that help power companies monitor the entire system. that spending as part of the stimulus is part of why a 2003 style blackout is probably less likely today. yes, there may still be rogue tree limbs in ohio, they are less likely today to shut down everything up to ontario in terms of power for two days at a time. now that we are not doing that sort of spending any more, now that we, instead are in this budget cutting, belt
dakota. this dangerous thinking is being taken to a whole new level. the town of leaf, north dakota, has a population of 19 people. it's just perfect for what these folks want to do. and it sits in one of the least densely populated counties in the entire country. grant county. now, the town is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and wheat fields, great agriculture. and cattle and all that kind of stuff. you know, it's got the local bar. it's got some run down homes and buildings and what not. it's perfect for this guy. 61-year-old craig paul cobb wants to set up a racist utopia, cobb has been called one of the most extreme white supremacist anderson neo-nazis in the country. what's the guy doing? he's buying a bunch of real estate in the area. and he wants people to move in. he plans to fill the town with other racists that basically want to take over the community. it's the conservative separatist movement in america. a blog post cobb wrote this, residents in his town must fly a racist banner like a nazi flag 24 hours a day. the delusional racist plans to rename the city cobbsville.
in north dakota to $32 billion in california. what is so funny? washington, d.c. had the highest per person cost. sounds like this is a job for -- >> lightning roooooooouuuunnnndd. lightning round. >> you are the business expert here. is drinking as big in the u.s. economy as the study suggests? what is your favorite hang your cure? >> i thought you were going to say hangover generator and i was going to say tequilla. i believe we need to make it better. >> they are making our world better by fracking. they are creating a -- >> tons of it in north dakota. >> that's where the drinking comes from. >> there are a lot of strip clubs in north dakota. a bunch opened. >> they are not taking into account a key economic indicator. we don't have enough people in the country to pay for medic care in the future and social security drinking and population go together like peas and carrots. you take booze out of the equation and you don't have enough people for all of these programs. >> that's right. >> if you don't have a little booze going on how will i get phone numbers from certain ladies? >> you don
as cooler air moves in for the weekend. quiet with the radar, but north dakota, another round of severe weather this afternoon and this evening. temperatures up to 80 in minneapolis, kansas city at 74, 78 and tulsa starting warm, ending hot. numbers are climbing up to 100 and 102 for air temperature. advisories are moving to the south, but still, this area has been under excessive heat watches, warnings or advisories the last few days and we are looking at another day with temperature at 100. the clouds in the northeast are quiet. things look pretty clear here. there is some rain expected as showers in the great lakes could push farther south, going down to north jersey and pennsylvania, where we could see a few showers or thunderstorms today popping up, and then tomorrow, temperatures into the mid 80's. over the weekend, sunday and labor day, it does get a little cooler, not completely dry. there could be a shower in new york there monday, but by tuesday, 84 degrees. showers possible, not that heavy in the northeast, maybe a pop up thunderstorm there. not all that heavy rain is expecte
-- our next guest is alan frazier was a deputy sheriff in north dakota. he is part of an event we have been talking about. greta bronner has more. host: we are here with the vice president of innovations at the sikorsky company. why are there no windows in this helicopter? is sarah.s we have added so much intelligence to the helicopter that it can fly itself. we see versions that will fly completely autonomously and other versions that might have the windows. technology that it helps compensated tasks. host: is this operational? is a model. sara has a big brother with a black hawk. company buildr helicopters? helicopterske large like this, that carries 12 passengers, all the way to those that are 80,000 pounds. unmanned part of this -- what is the technology -- what are you creating? a set we are introducing of software called matrix technology. thes almost a play on movie, but the helicopter creates a virtual representation of the world, so would understand how it is flying, where it is in space and how to move through that space having sensors that populate a supercomputer onboard th
's already up to 80 in fargo, north dakota. heat advisories for that same area, this is fog around the great lakes. that wilburn off and things will heat up. temperatures by this afternoon could be up to 100 in rapid city, 99 in omaha, minneapolis 92. the heat index could be above 100 degrees, again, maybe closer to 110 like yesterday. the radar in the clouds showing a cluster of thunderstorms north and south dakota, pushing east around this big area of high pressure that keeps the heat in place. the temperatures will warm up there and there's maybe the possibility of a strong thunderstorm. western pacific, tropical storm moving just off the coast of tie won heading toward japan, giving flooding in that area, so watching the trappics closely. not much happening in the gulf of mexico. that may change, though. >> thousands will gather in washington, d.c. today to commemorate the 50t 50th anniversary of dr. martin luther king's historic i have a dream speech. his words helped to fuel the civil rights movement and forever altered america. two practice rigsnerrion at washington's histor
in that region through the day today. we're looking at the chance for heavier rain across north dakota where thunderstorms have heavy downpours right now but the best threat of stronger storms early this afternoon with large hail and damaging wind gusts would be eastern north dakota. isolated tornado not out of the question but looks like it should be more or less some of the thunderstorms that produce the hail and the wind. >> still be on the watch out. >> for sure. >>> thank you dillon. a montana judge apologized for what he said about a rape victim. >> plus the battle over minimum wage from fast food workers to strippers. that's next. ♪ ♪ we go, go, we don't have to go solo ♪ ♪ fire, fire, you can take me higher ♪ ♪ take me to the mountains, start a revolution ♪ ♪ hold my hand, we can make, we can make a contribution ♪ ♪ brand-new season, keep it in motion ♪ ♪ 'cause the rhyme is the reason ♪ ♪ break through, man, it doesn't matter who you're talking to ♪ [ male announcer ] completely redesigned for whatever you love to do. the all-new nissan versa note. your
. >> that sense of competitiveness started at a young age. growing up in north dakota, rhonda was a swimmer, but when she moved to l.a., she took up judo. this was not without a bit of resistance from her mother who just happened to be the first midwestern world champion in judo. >> she didn't want me to do it. she thought people would expect too much out of me because i was her daughter, and she a-- >> i didn't speak very much and we moved to l.a. from north dakota so i had a very thick accent. >> so i was oh, geez for pete's sake, st. ann's is such a nice play to go. i just didn't fit in. so judo forced me to be one-on-one with a kid. and i didn't have to say anything, it force med to be social. >> judo would bring rhonda to the olympic stage where she was part of the 2004 and 2008 teams. she failed to medal in 2004 and was disillusioned by the life of an olympian. >> so after the 2004 olympics, you ran away from home, i understand? >> it pretty much came down to everything i did was dictated by someone else. so i ran away and got a job at a convenience store. >> while in upstate new york
. >> he started an online relationship with a mystery woman in north dakota who was posing as this woman and in sitting in photos she hijacked from varse porno websites. >> porn sites are in north dakota. that's where they're all based. is >> clue number one. >> thomas gibson didn't realize and so he kept sending photos and explicit stuff back to her. >> seriously, a big machine gun? >> more of a pistol. >> that's my water gun just in ase. yeah, agents, we carry it at all times. >> he says he plays an f.b.i. agent on the show. >> and, of course, what happens when you release a video like that, it ends up here. >> oh, god. >> yeah. >> anyway tom figures out the woman is a fake, his lawyers tell her to leave him alone and he breaks off contact. all right, man, you got on the, -- conned, these things happen. hey, hot tub looks cool, though. what kind of hot tub is it? >> must be some kind of hot tub time machine. >> good, maybe you can go back in time and not do this. hey, tom, your wife is coming! just kidding. >> selma blair, got at her farmers market, she is there with arthur, her son. s
that it was a great time. i am glad to see my friend. it will be 125 years since south dakota and north dakota became states. both north dakota and south dakota will be celebrating our 125th anniversary this year. i want to take this opportunity in the celebrations from anniversaries. you always have this. and south dakota we went to our shores and department and they aeated a 125 and size of circle with ribbons off. logo.ated our loca north dakota has offered to take suggestions for their one 25th year i have a suggestion. wife drafted up for me -- >> i do not like being ambushed. >> i found it at walgreens. it is in the form of a t-shirt but i think it can be reduced and put on nice materials. it says south dakota, carrying north dakota since 1989. [laughter] if you will please step forward. >> this calls for direct retaliation immediately. we're going to develop a t- shirt t-shirt and wait until ours.til you see hour i will not be needing that. i'm nothing to do but call the meeting to order. there is the economic resource committee. unfortunately, some governors are unable to join us. i am honore
with the purchase two years ago for $4.4 billion to get terrific bakken shale properties in north dakota. remember, we rocked the bakken. and statoil's had a good experience with chesapeake for 32.5% interest in chk's 1.8 million acres which paid $3.8 billion five years ago. when the representative appeared on "mad money" in june of last year, he said he likes buying in the united states very much because the country's very accommodative to those who want to drill for oil versus many other places around the world. i believe given the company's positive disposition towards the united states expressed here on "mad money," presume it might up its drilling budget for properties it already owns, can't make much money on that. or it might put more money to work buying oil companies in this country. we know the chesapeake where carl icahn stake close to 10%, could they sell rest of the marcellus position? given how capital oil and gas or c.o.g. keeps finding better and better nat gas properties, i don't think chesapeake's a seller. we know there's plenty more oil in north dakota than we first thought and
it makes it uncomfortable. cold front up in south dakota to minnesota that will help cool things down in the minneapolis area shortly by sunday it should be back down to 80. it's bringing rain. heaviest of it well to our north but northern michigan is seeing lighter showers. best chance of severe storms over north dakota. not so much for tornadoes or even that many gusty winds. we're looking for more hail with heavier downpours and lightning. that's the focus for any strong storms. rest of the country minus a few couple of storms in the southeast does look pretty quiet. even though we're getting into september the heat in the middle of the country sticks around. denver had some school closings because it was too hot. >> i say stick around as long as you want. i don't like the cold. >>> vice president joe biden takes action on guns. plus the story behind this axe wielding california man going after his teenage neighbor. too big. too small. too soft. too tasty. [ both laugh ] [ male announcer ] introducing progresso's new creamy alfredo soup. inspired by perfection. >>> now to some othe
north dakota to push the nomination to a final vote. he's served the acting director of the atf since 2011. >>> it appears the time-tested beer summit won't smooth over a rift between two republican presidential candidates. the rant between rand paul and chris tisty. now the senator from kentucky is looking to put differences aside but doesn't seem to be a high priority for the new jersey governor. >> we're going to have to patch things up if we can sit down, invite him for a beer. if he would like to sit down at the pub around the corner from the senate. we'll formalize it and put it in mighting. at times people have said chris christie has libertarian leadings so it's ironic we see him criticizing libertarians in the party. the offer to have a beer with chris christie stands, if he wants to break bread to find common ground. i think it would help the party not to be feuding. >> he suggested you sit down and have a beer. >> i am running for re-election. i don't have time. i've got work to do here. >> christie went on to say he's not surprised by the attacks saying he's not the first
of the university of north dakota listened to an unusual commencement address this week. the speaker was literally out of this world. >> i am extremely proud to be a graduate of und. my time there provided a great foundation for me. not only as an engineer but also as a person. >> some 500 grads and their loved ones listened intently to astronaut and alum karen nyburg, her prerecorded speech was delivered from on board the international space station. she also told the graduates to shoot for the stars. >>> tiger making noise again. giants go extras in the sunshine state and the a's complex its muscles -- flex its muscles against the division threat. all in the minute. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> football -- pro football hall of fame class, the people chris carter, jonathan ogden, bill parcells, and george martin. congratulations on tonight. >>> on to baseball for you, give it a minute. joe buck, tim mccarver pairing up for the first regular season game in oakland. oweyounis sispy tease. the a's are in charge. grant balfour shut the door. don't mess with him. yeah. so far, went down went down hard. a's wi
, and this has a history of touching down a tornado in north dakota. so it has a capability of spawning even more tornadoes. towards the south, this low pressure system has spawned several tornadoes yesterday. for wednesday, these systems are going to be merging and becoming one huge storm-maker. so tomorrow we're looking at more severe thunderstorms to come across the region, all the way from northern texas and into the great lakes region. it's still quite hot across much of the arklatex region, reaching 38 degrees in houston, with plenty of sunshine. now to europe. it's quite hot across the eastern areas here, as well, due to the african heat moving south. so the jet stream meanders to the north and east and to the south. and the western areas and unstable weather will be continuing here. we have a report of 115 kilometers per hour, gusts reported in czech republic in the three-hour span, 90 millimeters of rain fell in the same country. and we have eight centimeter diameter in germany. that's going to be taking place in similar regions from northeastern spain and into finland today. temperature
. already touching a tornado in north dakota. it has the capability of spawning more tornadoes. for wednesday these systems are going to be merging and becoming one huge storm maker. so tomorrow we are looking at more severe thunderstorms to come across the region from northern texas and into the great lakes region. it is still quite hot across much of the arklatex region reaching 38 degrees in houston with plenty of sunshine. now to europe. it is quite hot across the eastern areas here, as well, due to the african heat moving all the way to the south. the jet stream meanders to the north and east and south. western areas unstable area continues. we had a report of 115 kilometers per hour gusts reported in the czech republic. we have eight centimeter dynameter hail reported in germany. temperatures are shaping up like this and it will be continuing to be very hot across the central locations. so do be precautious for heat stroke. i'll leave you now for the extended forecast. >>> that's all for now on this edition of "newsline". i'm raja pradhan in tokyo. we'll be back with the
senator general nye of north dakota demanded and got congressional investigations and hearings. the hollywood studio heads needed an attorney to defend them. they hired, as their lead council, none other than wilkie. just a few months before pearl harbor, the subcommittee hearings were a nasty side show. fortunately, wilkie provided a healthy dose of sanity and realism. he told the senators that the motion picture industry was happy to plead guilty to being a hundred percent opposed to fascism. i wish to put on the record this simple truth, wilkie declared. we make no pretense of friendliness to the ruthless dictatorship of nazi germany. we abhor everything that hitler represents. we plead guilty to sharing with our fellow citizens a horror of hitler's nazis, and the industry desires to plead guilty to doing everything within its power to help the united states defend itself and the world against fascism. so, in conclusion, i personally would like to thank americans in 1940 for voting for franklin roosevelt or for wilkie, and i thank them for having watched, and i thank you for
-nazi trying to turn a town in north dakota into a racist stronghold. how he is going about it. less, bargaining with bit coins. the emerging digital currency at a special event in berlin. you can find out what is happening all the time online, rt.com. and experts say levels have not yet seek, and they continue to rise until the second or third of september, another whole week for a region which is already more than seven meters underwater. this is where it all began. the volga river burst its banks, covering an area of france and germany combined. it has been in a federal emergency four weeks, and these three regions have been the worst affected, up to 85,000 in one region alone. three dozen towns and the inhabitants are already underwater. as you can see, the regional capital, a city of 500,000 people, it meets the river, and they are fighting to fortify a river 35 kilometers long. we have the latest on the efforts. >> this is marina. a resident of the island, and this is her house. the water is waist high. it is a cesspit rather than a home. it is only when you enter the propertie
in omaha, and 99 maybe 100 degrees out there in tulsa all the way from fargo, north dakota. hot and humid weather. if not the heat then the rain, play was suspended for the u.s. open but today the radar looks all clear. the clear has rained out and the last of the rainfall forecast shows nothing here over new york. it's not completely dry, but there is some drizzle out there, low clouds and drizzle but not the steady rain like we had yesterday. that's what we're dealing with in the northeast. it keeps the temperatures down. 72 in new york, and 80 degrees this afternoon and this evening. the radar clouds in the west shows it's dry over california again, but this moisture comes up from the south, and around phoenix, arizona, showers and storms that are very isolated. it's picked up by the forecast here some heavy rainfall in arizona and it will get lighter and lighter the further north you go. where we need t we're not seeing much rain in california, it all stays south especially along the coast as that tropical moisture comes through the united states. richelle. >> we'll talk business, goo
storms move through north dakota this morning. watches and conditions favorable for gusty winds and hail. to the south there's not much in the way of rain or storm, but these are heat advisories, another day where temperatures could climb into the upper 90s and near 100 degrees. it is almost up to 90 already in kansas city. 95 in kansas city, a lot of 90s. rapid city, south dakota, this area has seen day after day of temperatures close to 100. there is some relief that could be coming in by this weekend as we get cooler air in here. the southwest, this is all tropical moisture, and then we get these showers and storms in the afternoon. they are isolated but they contain gusty wind and potential for flash flooding. this is for arizona, and new mexico, california, not seeing much rain over the rim flyer and still a bit breezy, so they are trying start to fight that fire, but not much in the way of rain where we need it in california. >>> listen to this, japan is gearing up for trial runs of the world's fastest train. how fast you say? speeds of about 360 miles an hour. the magnetic train f
, maybe drizzle, but not heavy rain here. there is severe weather moving through north dakota. the temperatures are staying down because of the clouds and drizzle. philadelphia is at 77, washington, d.c. has pushed up to 80, so it is trying to warm up just a bit there. this is juliette, there is flooding along the baja peninsula. that is continuing to move slowly up the coast so that will give wind and rain there. moisture in the northern plains, that yellow box is a severe thunderstorm watch. storms move through the state, and certainly could be some strong storms, maybe not as gusty of wind or hail. but still strong storms moving through minnesota. that is to the north. just to the south it is the heat. heat warnings are in effect as temperatures sore up to near 100 degrees. they are up to 87 in omaha, 90 in kansas city. it could easily get up to 100. if you are in this area, it is hot and humid. it's the heat and humidity combined that pushes the heat index up to over 100. no rain where we need it, that's in california. a little farther south we could get these pop-up storm
up to the north through north dakota, over into wisconsin, and that's where we're looking for not only some potential severe thunderstorms this afternoon, but also we're looking for that heat advisory and excessive heat warnings to continue because the combination of humidity, high temperatures in the 90s very uncomfortable to be outside. not only that, it's down right dangerous. you can look at the high temperatures that we're expecting back to the mid to upper 90s. it will feel like 100 to 105 degrees in the central midwest stretching down to oklahoma. it will be a hot day here but slightly cooler in other areas. what will bring cooling air is some of those thunderstorms rolling through just like we had yesterday. now as we look at our storm track you can see how it's bringing up that moisture. it's a tropical storm, it's falling apart, but that moisture is riding up to the west keeping showers and thunderstorms going and also that potential of thunderstorms. iowa has been so dry under that high pressure we're concerning about drought again. it's slowly creeping back in.
watches, severe thunderstorm watches develop in north dakota again, so another round of severe weather and heat. temperatures this afternoon will climb to 100 in kansas city. these are the expected high temperatures. 102 in tulsa. 93 in denver and chicago, everywhere in between, 95 to 100 with a heat index of 105-110. temperatures getting cooler here, will climb above 80 degrees with a shower or thunderstorm possible. you can see that area of rain approaching the great lakes and one or two showers developing from new jersey to new york and new england. that's in the forecast for the weekend. really not today in new york, but a shower or thunderstorm, sunday and labor day, maybe a pop up shower or storm with temperatures in the mid 80's. not that hot, but not that cool either. by tuesday, things are drying out. the southeast looking for showers or storms not that severe to develop this afternoon. could see severe weather in the southwest leading to flooding and strong storms as this moisture comes up from the south and we get pop up showers and storms, which are very isolated throughout
especially across north dakota with isolated large hail being the biggest threat. temperatures are hot right through the middle of the country. it will feel like it's 100 to 105 especially across iowa where we have heat warnings and heat advisories in effect. as we start off the holiday weekend we're looking at temperatures to be hotter. that white line outlining all the areas that will be above 100 degrees. in the northeast, again, the showers and thunderstorms should hold off until much later in the day and feel like summer again. new york city should top out around 88 degrees. more humid too. even though we're getting into that turn of season, once we get to labor day i feel summer is over but it will still be pretty nice. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," president obama loses his top ally as the u.s. moves closer to military action in syria. does this mean america will be going it alone? when we come back we'll huddle around the watercooler. letterman's best bud stops by the late show and bill murray knows how to make an entrance. wait until you see this. back with
there will be cooler weather coming in. quiet here, where it is really heating up, but north dakota, minnesota, could be seeing more severe weather today, had a round of that yesterday, showers and storms and a risk for severe weather there. look out for the possibility of strong storms especially from bismark to fargo, and minneapolis. 100 in kansas city, 102 in tulsa. with the humidity it will feel like it's about 105 to 110 for the heat index. so the heat continues but look at how it is getting cooler and moving south. so again, the northern plains relief from the heat is here. the heat will be returning to the northeast, not all that hot, not like triple different temperatures but mid 80's with high humidity. right now it is on the ware there. new york is almost up to 80. above 80 in washington, d.c. pittsburgh, and cleveland, as far as the rain goes maybe a shower will pop up. there's the showers moving through the great likes about to move into western new york, out ahead of tut clouds will clear out, maybe see a few showers popping up. now, they are in the forecast today, north of new york cit
, but north dakota state driving brock jensen finding zack on there, and a couple of other plays later, jensen bangs his way to the end zone, and he gives the bison the lead. one last chance in the home opener, but jake waters, the passed is picked off. that's it. kansas state is upset at home. meanwhile, we have the rest of the college football world waiting to see how things would unfold with the reigning heisman trophy winner and that's johnny men zell. with ncaa officials regarding his alleged pay for autographs. now the results, he will have to sit things out for the first season opener today. for more on that and a look at the ncaa best conference, we turn to college football writer for yahoo sports. >> texas a&m comes into this year having already lost a lot of dies and johnny has had a really tough off season. so it's going tock interesting to see how texas a&m jells together. how manzel shakes off this rough off season. can he concentrate on football after everything he has been through? after partying winning the heisman, all this new celebrity and fame, and i think that's what peopl
on the same dollar? that is a good point. >> then they leave. like kansas, iowa, north dakota and oklahoma have unemployment rates at 5% or below, the right to work states. the right to work is a right to life to michelle's point. right to choose a job and not be forced to choose the union dues. >> eric: wayne another good example, says they will open the brewery in a right to work state. unless they get the move they are looking for. >> that make sense obviously. private corp realistic, right to work state. we know from 1998-2008, texas gained million jobs. texas is a right to work state. they have a closed shop that they could force you to pay the union dues regardless if you're a member of the union or not. that changed the task from 1947. there was a time they thought it was fair. >> eric: ebony, you said the unions do good things. help me out. what do they do? >> they can help with advocat advocating. some people can't do it on their own. some n a perfect world you could say the work conditions are crappy. but some can't. they need a collective effort. that is something unions can ser
the republicans want to see their government run and it's failing. now you can make the argument that north dakota is through the roof. take oil out of north dakota and you have a pow patchy con my, i guarantee you. but when you talk about not employmenting obama care, not investing in education, going after worker's rights, stopping p em from protesting because there might be 21 people or 22 people because the number isn't correct, does that sound like america? does that sound like where communities want to go? since when do people go to the polls saying we want it cut everything because we want to be sure we balance the budget. by the way, the big conversation about income inequality has been addressed in this state. i don't think there are any wealthy people in the state of minnesota that will simply tip over because they have to pay a little bit more to get services right for the communities across the state. it's call investment in community. it is still alive. and if you are a liberal and if you are politically squausted, i want you to pay attention to this story and all of the states around
hour large hail and tornadoes. large spread area north dakota, south dakota parts of nebraska and also a wide area of kansas especially the person part of the state is what we are looking at the severe weather risk. still on the hot side in texas at this hour it's 85 degrees we are talking triple tig gets as we head through the after noovenlt parts of the great lakes and the northeast it is beautiful this morning feeling more like september weather rather than early august weather across the area. current temperatures only 60 chicago and the city of cleveland. you will stay below average in the 70s new york city, cleveland, chicago. it is absolutely gorgeous out there. 103 for dallas 103 san antonio. continuing to be on the hot side. by wednesday 105 add in a little humidity it will feel even hotter than that. otherwise, more storms. a lot of weather to talk about. >> dangerous heat. >> bring in your pets, plants and check on the elderly. >> the july jobs report broadly disappointing especially for those full-time well paying jobs. here with more on that and other top business stories
of competitiveness started at a young age. growing up in north dakota, rhonda was a swimmer, but when she moved to l.a., she took up judo. this was not without a bit of resistance from her mother who just happened to be the first midwestern world champion in judo. >> she didn't want me to do it. she thought people would expect too much out of me because i was her daughter, and she a-- >> i didn't speak very much and we moved to l.a. from north dakota so i had a very thick accent. >> so i was oh, geez for pete's sake, st. ann's is such a nice play to go. i just didn't fit in. so judo forced me to be one-on-one with a kid. and i didn't have to say anything, it force med to be social. >> judo would bring rhonda to the olympic stage where she was part of the 2004 and 2008 teams. she failed to medal in 2004 and was disillusioned by the life of an olympian. >> so after the 2004 olympics, you ran away from home, i understand? >> it pretty much came down to everything i did was dictated by someone else. so i ran away and got a job at a convenience store. >> while in upstate new york, rhonda still maintained
revolutionize directional drilling in north dakota with the shale that is a legendary probably up at 24 billion barrels of oil this company 50 percent goes into gasoline production and strong cash flow and earnings trend. looking at management a modern-day wildcats and he has spent years and decades ahead of the competition i think the magic continues for a long time by the way north dakota unemployment down at less than 3% because of companies like that earlier i showed you up pitcher of this city to show there is a huge market for american made goods and many of you for best allotted you said to buy or even beijing it is growing quicker than beijing fell largest city in indonesia and the stage manager did get it right. a lot more of you got this than last night. also houston texas was the first to get a right they hope to double the trade over the next five years. we sell them everything, nuclear power plants to apple's in no kidding they discussed a $500 million contract yesterday from our government for military parts. i hope you'll learn a lot. thank you for watching the thank you for your
have to pay attention. unemployment in north dakota. if we open up america's gas, oil, shell and those unleash that power that we have -- we lessen our dependency on foreign oil. it's good for foreign policy and job creation for americans. >> what's the percentage of blacks in north dakota? >> if we did it in ohio, detroit, pennsylvania. >> they're doing it in texas. >> it would create jobs. so many opportunities for all americans. there is your answer. >> i want to add one point. i lived in atlanta. the day i arrived in atlanta, my first day on the air i got a call from maynar, d jackson. i got to know andrew young, josea williams. martin luther king's driver. i got to know these guys. what they did many the face of such hostility is an amazing profile in courage. what they did made this country better. >> absolutely. >> the president gave a good speech today, bob. one of the best speeches i have heard him give. >> talk about entitlements. unfortunately president obama has only expanded entitlements to make whites, blacks, hispanics more dependent. it's not helping anybody. you and i
defending champion subdivision champion north dakota state. yes, that's a mouth full, and the bison were a hand full too. late in the game, k. u.s.u., clinging to a lead, but north dakota state driving the quarterback brock jensen connected with zack brock. and then we go -- third quarter conversion, and then a couple of plays later jensen takes care of things himself. goes way past the goal line, and he gives them a lead. last chance for k state in their home opener but jake waters, well, that gets picked off. k state is upset at home. in this juan. meanwhile, the rest of the football world has been waiting to see how the trauma would unfold at the reigning heisman trophy winner, and after meeting with officials for six hours regarding his alleged pay for autographs he will have to sit out the first half of the season opener against rice today. for more on that we return to college football for yahoo sports. >> texas a&m comes into this year having already lost a lot of guys and johnny m eric in,zo has had a tough off season. so it is going to be interesting to see how texas a&m jells t
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